"On the Foundations of Happiness in Economics: Reinterpreting Tibor Scitovsky" by Maurizio Pugno
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Economic growth has extraordinarily increased the availability of market goods to satisfy people’s need for comfort, but at the same time it has also raised great challenges to their working, family, and personal lives. Will people learn the skill necessary to cope with these challenges and take full enjoyment from economic growth?
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We add to the literature by conducting the first empirical assessment of how online networking...leggi tutto
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Ruben Durante, Paolo Pinotti and Andrea Tesei present evidence that earlier exposure to...leggi tutto
Komlos, J. (2014). What Every Economics Student Needs to Know and Doesn't Get in the Usual Principles Text. London and New York: Routledge.
The recent financial crisis illustrated vividly the flaws of weakly regulated markets, yet...leggi tutto
Folland, S., Rocco, L. (2014). The Economics of Social Capital and Health A Conceptual and Empirical Roadmap. Washington, D.C.: World Scientific.
This book edited by Sherman Folland and Lorenzo Rocco defines the field of social capital and...leggi tutto
The Economics Of Social Institutions Edited by John B. Davis, Professor of Economics, Marquette...leggi tutto
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